World War I Draft Registrations
03 May 1918
3 May 1918
New Soldiers Depart For Training Camp
Friday Morning of Last Week -- Large Crowd Out.
Squad Twenty Men
Depart for Training Camp With Flying Flags and Cheering
Friends -- March to Depot.
Another squad left for Camp Dodge Friday morning of
last week. The men in this consignment were:
William DeWalter, Humboldt
Orville H. Miller, Gilmore City
Boyd L. Miller, Gilmore City
J. V. Stoddard, Des Moines
Ralph E. Walrod, Fulton, Kansas
Arthur H. Reeves, Livermore
J. F. Rippergen, Ottosen
Peter Carl Nielson, Minneapolis
Carl A. Petersen, Granada, Minnesota
Peter J. Aliman, Livermore
Rasmus L. Pedersen, Homer, Nebr.
Pedro Abila, Bode (Never reported)
Walter Jensen, Humboldt
W. H. Hammersly, Gilmore City
Walter Schultz, Dakota City
Omer A. Anderson, Thor
Olaf Lee, Bode
F. F. Rassmussen, Renwick
Martin Bergum, Livermore
Lars N. Bathum, Humboldt
The procession that marched to the depot was about
a mile in length. The morning was one of great
enthusiasm, and a finer bunch of men never left
Of the men named last week, Phineas C. Kite, Walter
Strait, Louis W. Rolow and Albert Fake did not go. They
will be in the contingent to go May 13. Walter Strait
has sent in papers requesting exemption, that will be
acted on by the district board in a few days.
The men called for in the next draft are:
Charles E. Eswine, Gilmore
Rasmus L. Pederson, Homer, Neb.
Lewis W. Rollow, Clare
Albert Flake, Humboldt
Carl Christensen, Chicago
Ole Mandsager, Thor
Phineas C. Kite, Desoto, Mo.
Enoch M. Hanson, Washington state
Thomas H. Tackaberry, Pioneer
Earl Leland, Humboldt
Andreas Anderson, Humboldt
Roy B. Jacobson, Ottosen
Of these men, ten will be taken, and the others
left for a succeeding draft.